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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Tuohetijiang Baiheti
Commercializing and Marketing Revolutionary Energy Technologies
2016
Abstract

Commercialization of new energy technologies is vital for climate control and energy security. The study is aimed at identifying and analyzing the significance of selected powerful energy technologies in climate policy making; as well as revealing the commercialization status these technologies in selected countries. Study applied different qualitative research methods (field research and comparative case study), and achieved following major outcomes. First, the definition of Revolutionary Energy Technologies (RETs) is introduced. Then, the author analyzes the growing role of the RETs in international climate policy making, and interrelation between science and technology policies. The study colludes that RETs monopoly held by certain developing countries (first movers) is disrupted by increasing technological independence of developed countries. This affects the formation of international RETs markets, while technology, industry, and market interlinks among developing countries become more dynamic. Furthermore, insightful research on commercialization status of RETs in Germany and China indicates that although no uniform successful commercialization models exist, but the success of RETs commercialization usually depends on coherent development of technology, market, industry, and supporting policy. Above factor in turn related to particular national and technological settings. Synergy and balanced development of core technology and related technologies is a key factor in keeping both the technology and industry advantages. The study has certain limitations, including limited illustration of selected RETs in selected countries, which could be the topic of future studies. The outcomes of this work may useful both for policy makers and business, as it contains well rounded insights and suggestions regarding RETs commercialization.

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